Caffeine Addiction Diagnosis
This quiz will give you an idea of just how addicted to caffeine you really are.
Note: This quiz is for informational purposes only and not intended to professionally diagnose caffeine addiction.
This caffeine addiction diagnosis tool can give you a good idea just how addicted to caffeine you really are.
While there is still ongoing debate as to how caffeine should be classified substance wise, anyone that has ever tried to quit caffeine can attest that the withdrawal symptoms can be quite uncomfortable.
So, in some sense, caffeine is definitely addictive. At any rate, caffeine is the most used psychoactive substance on the planet, therefore, it must have at least some grip on the billions of people who consume caffeine daily.
Should You Quit?
If you are a slave to your coffee mug or energy drink, then you already know the answer. The real question becomes, how am I going to quit without failing my day-to-day responsibilities?!
- Download our free eBook Awake - it'll help you understand what caffeine is (or isn't) doing for you.
- Consider trying the Wean Caffeine supplement (something we helped get to market). It helps avoid the painful withdrawal symptoms that occur when quitting caffeine.
- Udemy have a $15 audio-based course called Overcoming Caffeine Withdrawal.
Some people may benefit from a 12-step program created for those with addiction to caffeine. There’s an online program available at Caffeineaddictsanonymous.com.
What’s Wrong with Being Addicted to Caffeine?
Generally speaking, there is no right or wrong answer here, but instead, it greatly depends on the individual.
If caffeine is interfering with your ability to lead a productive and well-adjusted life, then cutting back may be in order.
- Spending too much money on caffeinated products.
- Always using caffeine instead of proper sleep.
- Becoming tolerant of extreme caffeine amounts.
May all be some good reasons to evaluate your addiction to the substance.
Also, if your health is being affected due to a caffeine allergy or underlying heart condition then caffeine may need to be eliminated from your diet.
On the other hand, if caffeine isn’t being abused, you enjoy it, and it helps you be productive there probably isn’t any reason to not enjoy it.
If you have to be addicted to something, I guess there are far worse addictions out there than caffeine addiction.